The princess spirit this holiday
“Why are you dressed like that?” One of the Greenwich security guards asked me. Well, that was a good question. I was actually standing on a beautiful staircase, in this majestic tulle maxi dress, on a Tuesday afternoon, feeling like a princess. “Because that’s how I dress during the week. You should see me on the weekends”, and winked at him. Obviously, his jaw dropped, not expecting such a bold answer. It got me thinking about the social norms, what is appropriate and what is not, according to most people. The crowd rules, but do we have to follow? Do we, really? I know I can’t say no to a beautiful dress, no matter the occasion, and if I don’t have one, sure thing I will invent a good explanation and take my dress out. To be seen.
Little Mistress is guilty for making me rise eyebrows (of admiration), start a panic among people, and for making me dream as well. There is no other mask I’ll put on than the pretend princess character I get to act, when I wear their dresses. And it’s not about acting, as much as letting out my spirit, free to wonder and inspire. A good brand will make people ask about what you are wearing, and this is why I love being a blogger. It’s all about believing in yourself and in your purpose by sparking an interest in people on what beautiful means, trough your eyes.